THE COWBOY FATHER
THE COWBOY FATHER (4) by Linda Ford: Alberta, Canada, 1933: A bout of severe influenza has cost Louisa Morgan the ability to have children. Even so, she is determined to enjoy the life God still has in store for her. When the chance to earn some money as a tutor to a bedridden little girl presents itself, Louisa accepts it as a blessing, yet also a mockery of her lost dreams of having her own child. As she finds herself falling for Ellie’s father, Emmet Hamilton, she struggles to continue to trust God, knowing Emmet wants what she can never give him — more children. This second story featuring the Morgan sisters is a wonderfully warmhearted and emotional lesson in windows opening when doors are closed.